Casa rural con pequeña piscina privada en finca ecológica

Galaroza, Aracena, Andalucia Property Ref: HA11
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    Huéspedes 4
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Casa rural para parejas con o sin niños en sitio precioso de la Sierra de Aracena. Para relajarse en el campo, vivir al aire libre, nadar, pasear o montar a caballo. Capacidad 4 personas.

Información de reserva para HA11

  • Hora normal de check-in: 4 pm - 10 pm; Hora normal de salidal: 10:30 a.m.

  • La piscina está abierta del 1 de junio al 30 de septiembre, si el clima lo permite.

  • Se admiten mascotas bajo petición, en cuyo caso se podría aplicar un depósito en efectivo reembolsable. Por favor preguntenos.

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Casa rural para parejas con o sin niños en sitio precioso de la Sierra de Aracena. Para relajarse en el campo, vivir al aire libre, nadar, pasear o montar a caballo. Capacidad 4 personas.

Servicios

  • Bedrooms
    2 Habitaciones
  • Bathroom
    1 Baño(s)
  • Beds
    Huéspedes 4

Entretenimiento
TV; Radio; Juegos de mesa; Pequeña piscina privada (4 m x 2.5 m; 1.20 m de profundidad); Mobiliario de terraza sencillo; Barbacoa (sujeto a restricciones forestales de riesgo de incendio).

Cocina
Cocina de gas de 3 fuegos; Horno; Microondas; Tostadora; Cafetera; Frigorífico con congelador.

Comodidades
Lavadora; Estufa de leña; Cuna (bajo petición); Ventilador (bajo pedido); Ropa de cama y toallas proporcionadas (excepto toallas de piscina).

Notas sobre servicios
Esta propiedad no tiene calefacción central.

Distribución

Planta baja
Espacio abierto salón/comedor/cocina; Baño (ducha sobre la bañera); Porche cubierto exterior con jardín vallado.

Primer planta
Dormitorio 1: cama doble;
Dormitorio 2: camas individuales grandes; no tiene puerta y es espacio abierto con un pequeño salón.

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Sinopsis

Esta casa rural tradicional piedra en el poniente andaluz, tiene el encanto sencillo y rústico que uno asocia con una auténtica vida en el campo, sin más lujos que el del entorno. Se encuentra dentro de una gran finca ecológica, donde ocupa su propio rincón tranquilo y boscoso y dispone de una pequeña piscina privada.

El propietario, acogedor y hospitalario, vive a cinco minutos de la casa, donde está disponible si es necesario. Él y su familia viven de la agricultura orgánica y venden pequeñas cantidades de cordero, verduras y castañas.

Esta ubicación es adecuada para los amantes de la naturaleza, para familias con niños activos, a quienes les gusta jugar en el campo, y para parejas que buscan un refugio hogareño sin pretensiones. La pequeña piscina se ha integrado en el terreno, a 50 metros de la casa. En ella puede chapotear y sentirse parte de la naturaleza circundante.

La casa tiene su propio carácter íntimo, con techos y suelos de madera, y baldosas de terracota. Está amueblada de forma sencilla, con algunos toques originales en la decoración, que la convierten en muy acogedora. Las instalaciones también son sencillas. Las ventanas llenan de luz la parte superior y ofrecen vistas al hermoso campo.

La casa es de planta abierta, no solo en el nivel inferior, sino en la planta de arriba donde un espacio con dos camas,  se abre abierto a una pequeña sala de estar. También hay un dormitorio doble.

El baño está abajo, junto con la sala principal, que consta de sala de estar, comedor y cocina.

Junto a la entrada de la casa hay una zona ajardinada vallada con una terraza sombreada y amueblada, que ofrece un lugar acogedor para desayunos y otras comidas al aire libre, con la banda sonora del canto de los pájaros o el profundo silencio del bosque.

Dos cosas distinguen a la Sierra de Aracena del resto de Andalucía: las buenas temperaturas durante todo el año y una naturaleza vibrante que normalmente no se esperaría en climas tan soleados. Está densamente arbolada y alrededor de sus pequeños pueblos y bosques abundan las opciones de senderismo. Montar a caballo es otra excelente manera de conocer esta zona de excepcional belleza.

La primavera y el otoño son estaciones ideales para visitarla. En primavera está llena de flores silvestres, en una verdadera explosión de color, y el otoño la convierte en la zona más rica de España por sus cosechas de setas silvestres y comestibles.

Esta vivienda tiene una estufa de leña, que calienta bien la casa, pero no hay calefacción central por lo que nos preocuparía ofrecerla para el invierno.

Los gourmets no deben perderse el jamón ibérico local, de corral, de bellota, una de las principales delicias del mundo. Esta hermosa área virgen es el hogar de los cerdos vagabundos semi-salvajes y el vecino Jabugo es famoso en toda España por la calidad de sus jamones.

Siempre es agradable conocer un pueblo local, aparte de la necesidad de ir de compras o de comer fuera, y los huéspedes encontrarán el pequeño Galaroza a poco más de un kilómetro de distancia. Si necesita conectarse a Internet en algún momento durante su estancia, un centro público en Galaroza tiene WiFi, y Aracena, a 15 minutos, tiene cafeterías con WiFi.

La ciudad de Aracena también tiene tiendas, terrazas para sentarse, restaurantes en abundancia e incluso un poco de vida nocturna en su propio estilo rural. Arriba hay un castillo, pero lo más curioso se esconde bajo tierra: una extensa gruta con estalagmitas y estalagmitas cuya visita será una delicia para niños y mayores.

Se puede visitar Almonaster la Real, una mezquita del siglo X, que sobrevivió a la Reconquista, y hay un tren con el que se recorren las antiguas minas en Rio Tinto.

La frontera con Portugal está a solo 40 minutos y la famosa y vivaz Sevilla a una hora.

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Ubicación

Entorno

Parque Natural de Aracena y Picos de Aroche, zona protegida con gran belleza natural.

Ubicación

Ubicado en el campo, muy cerca del pueblo de Galaroza. Acceso por camino rural con algunos baches pero solo se necesita un coche normal y un poco de cuidado.

Galaroza 15 min a pie
Tiendas,bares,restaurantes.
Jabugo 5 min
Famosos jamones
Aracena 15 min
Todos los servicios
Almonaster la Real 20 min
Mezquita del siglo X
Portugal 45 min
 
Minas de Rio Tinto 45 min
 
airport Aeropuertos cercanos
Sevilla (SVQ) 1 h y 15 min
Jerez (XRY) 2 h 15 min
Faro (FAO), Portugal 2 h y 30 min

Precios

Rustical Travel cobra en Euros. IVA incluido. No hay cargos adicionales a tarjetas.

 
DesdehastaPrecio por semana
06 Ene 202106/01/2021 26 Mar 202126/03/2021
€605
27 Mar 202127/03/2021 10 Abr 202110/04/2021
€645
11 Abr 202111/04/2021 30 Jun 202130/06/2021
€605
01 Jul 202101/07/2021 31 Ago 202131/08/2021
€645
01 Sep 202101/09/2021 18 Dic 202118/12/2021
€605
19 Dic 202119/12/2021 05 Ene 202205/01/2022
€645
 
 
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Información de reserva para HA11

  • Hora normal de check-in: 4 pm - 10 pm; Hora normal de salidal: 10:30 a.m.

  • La piscina está abierta del 1 de junio al 30 de septiembre, si el clima lo permite.

  • Se admiten mascotas bajo petición, en cuyo caso se podría aplicar un depósito en efectivo reembolsable. Por favor preguntenos.

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Cath | September | 2019

The property was truly Spanish, built by Pepe the owner, it was rural and rustic but had everything we needed. Situated in the mountains, 600 metres above sea level, within an organic farm, the external temperatures each day were perfect."

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Rob | June | 2018

The location is idyllic for anyone wanting to get away from it all, and we found the owner of the casa, Pepe, a friendly and helpful host together with his daughter, Sylvia, who's studying to be a doctor. Pepe very kindly gave us some eggs and strawberries on our arrival, produce of his smallholding. The casa is very peaceful apart from the noise of the cazadores (hunters) who seemed to be at it from dawn to dusk, shooting wild pigs. Pepe actually speaks good English but appreciated our attempts at Spanish so all was well. The house was designed to keep out the sun's heat, and during our first week it was cold at nights, but Pepe kindly gave us some extra wood for the wood burner which warmed the house up a treat. The second week the weather was so hot we couldn't spend long in the sun so welcomed the shade of the verandah. The house was a little basic in some respects and the lighting in the bathroom was a bit dim, but no real complaints. Warning - there are no egg cups and although we normally take a couple of flat plastic ones with us, we forgot this time but we bought a pair in a ceramics shop in a nearby village, and they doubled up as souvenirs! Maybe it was too early in the season but we found very few places to eat in Galaroza, although the Bar Serrano had excellent food and was really good value for money. We also liked the Mill restaurant in nearby Alajar, great food and really friendly, although it's tucked away up a side street near the town centre. They have a garden for al fresco dining, and the waitress, Pilar, is always cheerful. There are some lovely walks in the area but we weren't going to attempt them in 33 degree heat! Virtually no Brits in this area which is a big plus. The track from the main road to the casa is in good condition although a little uneven and narrow in places, but quite accessible even by large vehicles. We don't think Pepe's guard geese are vicious but we didn't get close enough to find out, they do strut around as if they own the place! He's also got a couple of dogs, Blanca and Socky, and although we're not dog lovers, these are both as daft as brushes and would probably lick you to death! We didn't use the swimming pool as the weather hadn't warmed it up enough but it'll be OK later in the year.Thanks Pepe, we had an enjoyable and relaxing time, sorry we never had a chance to say goodbye but there was nobody around at the time we left"

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Graham | October | 2017

I really enjoyed staying at the property it was just what I was looking for. Very peaceful place to stay, not everyone's choice possibly but for me it was what I expected, Wonderful walking with my dog in this beautiful part of Spain. Marvellous weather a little cool at night but a great wood burning stove to make it cosy.Just perfect! The owner, Pepe was so helpful so relaxed, nothing was a problem.I would love to go back one day!"

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Irene | September | 2016

We stayed in this property for the second week of our holiday in Andalusia.The area was wonderful with fantastic walks,including one from the book Walking in Andalusia by Guy Hunter-Watts passing very close to this property. The villages and towns of the area are very pretty, we enjoyed taking the bus from Aracena to Seville and there was a great selection of restaurants in the area. The property is situated in a wooded area where birds and butterflies were regularly seen.It is so peaceful, quiet and relaxing,especially when lying in the hammock,reading with a glass of wine. The property is well laid out and we enjoyed the upstairs sitting area in the evenings.The owner Pepe was the perfect host, very helpful but unobtrusive. His gifts of delicious organic tomatoes, figs and honey were very appreciated.The property is rustic and we feel that perhaps some upgrading of kitchen utensils, furnishings and lighting would command a higher letting fee and enhance a lovely holiday experience even further. Thank you to Rustic Travel for all their help and advise and best wishes to our host Pepe and we hope to be back."

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Lesley | June | 2016

We had a wonderful holiday in Pepe's rural cottage in Sierra de Aracena. Pepe gave us an extremely warm welcome with a bottle of wine and a jar of his homemade honey. I would highly recommend this cottage to anyone visiting the area. There are amazing treks around the countryside. I would definitely go back. The cottage is like something out of a fairy tale."

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Mary | April | 2015

Sierra de Aracena is a beautiful area. We loved the walking along the caminos. The views were fantastic and the wild flowers were stunning. Aracena is a lovely town and everything you need is there, especially a good Mercadona for self-caterers. The cottage is in a beautiful secluded location. The owner, Pepe, is very friendly and very kind - he gave us some honey and asparagus from his farm and he gave us firewood for the cold nights. The cottage is quite basic but it has a lovely fairy tale feel about it. One criticism is that it wasn't very clean - some attention needs to be paid to this. Also, the cracked plates should be replaced."

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Tony | September | 2014

Just a quick note to say that we really enjoyed our stay at the cottage. It was a perfect place to ""get away from it all"" and a perfect base for exploring the country around Aracena. The cottage was great and Pepe provided us with a nice selection of organic vegetables and eggs throughout the week which was a real treat to cook with. I would be grateful if you could pass on our thanks to him. Thanks also to all at Rustical Travel for making transaction easy and providing us with extra information. "

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Kristina | August | 2014

I wanted to let you know that we had a wonderful time on our holiday - the HA11 property was incredibly charming and comfortable, and the owner, Pepe, was most accommodating and helpful. There's one thing I need to mention to you, and that is about the directions to the property you sent . You'll need to amend them slightly..."

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Sue | July | 2014

We would like to say a big thank you for all the help Rustical Travel gave us for our recent trip. We loved the location and the local villages and Pepe was just so friendly and helpful whilst discreet enough for us to enjoy the seclusion. The directions worked ok except for the numerous roundabouts on the outskirts of Seville - maybe it would be good just to include a note to that effect as it was quite stressful searching for the appropriate sign. We did use the sat nav as back up too but would certainly NOT have found the casa if Pepe had not come to meet us in the village! We will most certainly recommend your services to our friends and family and we may be back soon! With our best wishes"

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Tracey | July | 2014

We had a wonderful holiday. The service from Rustical Travel was excellent, very personal. The cottage was very rustic and exactly what we wanted. Pepe the owner very kind and helpful and he had left wine and honey as welcome gifts. He even came with a wonderful basket of organic vegetables from his farm. We will definitely book with you again ps After we had booked the holiday and then some weeks later talking to a work colleague about where we were going and who with ... ... she too has a house with you guys .. what a small world!"

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Jaak | June | 2014

We had a fabulous time and Pepe was very helpful. We did have a bit of a problem finding the house and had to phone Pepe who came and took us to the property. We discovered that we had actually found it ourselves but as the name on the sign of the property wasn't the same as on your map and directions we were not sure we have found the right place. Nevertheless we all had a wonderful time and thoroughly enjoyed the house and area. Many thanks for all your help and information."

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Peter | June | 2014

A big thankyou from us both, we had a wonderful time (despite Easyjet leaving our bags in the UK). The accomodation was excellent and more than exceeded our expectations. the directions provided were perfect, as was the information for the surrounding area. We will definitely use Rustical Travel again when we next visit Spain, and have recommended you to numerous people. Again, many thanks Peter/Sharon"

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